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---.. . Celebratlng66-Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:t c a: 0 ....1 LL ( VOL 66 NO. 13 TUESDAY. OCTOBER 5 2010 24 PAGES 75e NAACP :forum To A ddress Students And Weapons SEE PAGE& AHendees Comment On I 'Get O .ut The Vote' Rally SEE PAGE3 SEE PAGE 17 I UJII au ter an s en o escue om rom 1re SEE PAGE 11 MIDDLETON STUDENTS STAFF PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY CLEANUP Students fn culty nnd s taf-f nt M Jddleton High School took on the task o f cleaning the communi t y s u r r ounding the s chool. They collected sev e rn l bags o f t r a s h There was food tun and Information being shared. Am o n g those who assi steod with the eve n t w l?re : H&ather HoHoway. As s i s Umt Principal : L a Shana Dabney and M r s Kim Moont. Assist11nt P ri n clpal Curriculum. (PHOTOGRAPH Y B Y BRUN SO N )
... .. Feab.Jres 1=-is-=-=t e_c_u_tiv_e _ A_m...;;..;;;;on;.._u_B_Iac-k -In Tranic Accident lecturers To Address Seniors >=' A traffic accident early morning resulted m in the death of a motorcyclist. :::) No charges have been filed at t-time of the accident, but Q a: &L Q z 4( c en w :::) t-w > w the investigation is contimi.: ing. According to the St. Petersburg Police Department, Bradley Lewis, 39, of St. Petersburg, was at the inter section of 18th Avenue, South and 21s t Street, South when he failed to observed the 2007 Kwang Yang motorcy cle driven by Von DeCarlos Manuel, 37, of St. PetersManuel was traveling westbound on 18th Avenue, South. Manuel applied brakes, but slid the motorcycle onto right side. Both he and the slid into the right of the 2005 Chevrolet VON DECARLOS MANUEL Killed in Accident Cobalt Lewis was driving. Medical personnel transported Manuel to Bayfront MediCal Center, where he was pronounced dead. He was not wearing a helmet, police said. Lewis was not injured. On October 2, 1967, Chief Justice Earl Warren adminis tered the Oath of Office to Thurgood Marshall. He was sworn in as the first African American to sit on the U. S. Supreme Court. Justice Marshall was appointed by President Lyndon Johnson, who attended the ceremony. Members of the U. S. Supreme Court are sworn into office on the first Monday of October. ----***SPECIAL*** ----..... I I a Routine Simple Extractions -$99 + Xray 1 I Same Day_Service. Expires 12130/10 I : Surgical Extractions $199 + Xray : I Same Day Service. Expires 12/30/10 I ------______________ ... Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Later this week, a longstanding member of the NAACP will lecture as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLU) at the Uni versity of South Florida. The lecture will take place on Fri day, October 8th, from 12:15 p. m. to 1:10 p.m. Leon Russell, National Vice Chairman of the NAACP, will discuss the his tory, achievements of the or ganization in recent years, and the path in which the or ganization will take in the fu ture. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was founded more than 100 years ago by a group of people. "I think that the Elder Ed ucation Program is great. It's an opportunity for folks to LEON RUSSELL ... Vice Chairman, National NAACP learn and to ask questions. And, there is always a recruit ing effort .. I tell people they are never too old to get in volved -and do something," Russell said. Russell has served as the Director of the Office Of Human Rights for Pinellas County since 1977. He is refor implementing Pinellas County's Affirmative Action and Human Rights Ordinances. He has served as the President of the Florida State Conference of Branches of the NAACP from January 1996 until January 2000. Prior to that position, Russell served as the First Vice President for 15 years. He has served on various levels of the organization, ranging from the county level to the national level. -Russell has been the re cipient of numerous awards, citations, and other forms of recognition Joseph McAulieffe is the Coordinator of the program housed at USF. The lecture series and classes are being offered to citizens so years and older. For addi tional information about the program contact McAulieffe at (813) 974-5166, or visit the website www.usfse niors.or& or can 813-9742403, option 1. CDC 01 Tampa Celebrates 18 Years 01 Service To The Communitv Over 10,000 residents and families seroed The Corporation to Develop Communities (CDC) of Tampa, Inc., is gearing up to celebrate almost two decades of efforts to alleviate poverty and. physical deterioration in East Tampa community. The organization's goal of changing the way people who live in poor communities perceive their opportunities is stead fast, especially when it comes to how the outside world per ceives East Tampa as a "community of choice" in the Tampa Metropolitan area. "The CDC of Tampa has made great strides over the past 18 years developing as a grassroots community de velopment corporation in Tampa and throughout Hills borough County," said Toni Watts, president/CEO. "We seek to improve not only the infrastructure but the equally important human capital as well. To that end, we strive for creative leadership in our efforts to improve the lives of the people we serve." The objectives of CDC of Tampa, a charter member of the national Neighbor-TONIWATI'S ... President/CEO Works network, is to create jobs and provide job training, to promote East Tampa as a community of choice, to promote entrepreneurship, to work with our teens so that they remain in school, gradu ate and become the leaders of tomorrow and to revitalize commercial areas, which re sults in the creation of jobs. During this year's 18th Anniversary luncheon celebration, scheduled for October 13th, the CDC plans to prompte "The Power of Partner ships for Non-Profit Sustainability." "In lieu of a keynote speaker this year, we plan to showcase the organi zation's impact through the voices of those having been served. In addition, several guest speakers will greet the crowd with short messages about their long standing partner relationships with the CDC of Tampa." Guest speakers will be John Sykes, JHS Management LLC; Donald Phoenix, Southern District Director of Neighborworks America; and Darlene Johnson (past Board Mem ber), Bank of America. CDC of Tampa benefits the community through a variety of services including: Job training and placement services available through the Career Resource Center Space available for use by prospective and current small business owners avail able through the Business Center Intensive counseling and educational training to em power potential homebuyers through the Homownership Center. Youth Leadership Movement and Prodigy Cultural Arts programs are available through the Youth Center For more information, call (813) 231-4362 or visit www.cdcoftampa.ol'i.
Features Anendees Comment On Organizers Give overview 01 'Get Out The Vote' RaiiV 'Get out The vote' Rallv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, October 3'd, members of the community gathered at Alfred "AI" Barnes Park, (formerly known as 18111 Avenue Park), for a "Get Out The Vote Rally." Members of the Citizens Committee hosted the event. The theme was "United We Stand." Those in attendance had the opportunity to register to vote or check their voting status. Tampa Fire Department em ployees provided smoke detec tors in recognition of National Fire Prevention Week, and fire officials gave safety tips. Tampa Police officers and Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies displayed equipment and discussed public safety. Gospel and jazz musicians pro. vided entertainment, featuring Shawn Brown. A health fair, community awareness information and ed ucational information and ac tivities for children were also .. available for those in attendance. The event was held as non partisan. Elected officials as as candidates for the upcoming General Election were on hand. Some of those DANNY GREEN who attended the event shared their comments. Danny Green said, "I think this is a good idea The politi cians need to get out into the community and meet the peo ple in person one on one. It's good that everyone came together for something good." Mr. and Mrs. Ken (Lawana) Forward were among those who attended the community event last Sunday. Forward said the upcoming election is very important and voters should exercise their right to vote. "This mid-term season is even more important than the 2008 election." Ms. Jacqueline Wright said, "This was a long time AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: the Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... IRllPm/6SSiMal SIJIViciJI 1 I ,., ;.: ; "!! "' Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available :i. Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week KEN FORWARD coming and I'm glad tci be a part of it. I am very excited about what is going on in Tampa with the politicians We need to set an example for the children." Tyrone Smith said; "I will be a poll worker at the election. I think this is a very good idea." Ms. Sharon Thompson said, "I think the concept is a great idea and I really hope this is not the first and la:st time for this type of event. I hope this is something that is constantly done to keep people informed." "I brought my granddaughter because I want her to know how important this is. Young people don't believe that their votes count, but they do," she said. Ms. Tonyata Thompson accompanied her mother; Ms. Sharon Thompson to the event. "I brought my daughter so that she could see that we need to continue to make a ference. Ms. Sharde Glenn attended the event with her fa ther, Robin Glenn. "I think this is a nice event. I was inter ested in the homebuyer's infor mation." Robin Glenn said, ''I'm very optimistic. I think it's good to have the community come to gether like this and meet' the politicians. Everyone is prom isingjobs, if we vote to increase the taxes. But, if we don't have any money, we can't pay taxes anyway." Mrs. Mary Strange said, "I think this is an informative event and a good idea. It gives the people a chance to get up close and personal with the candidates." Andre Davis said, "This is great for the community. The politicians need to come out into the community and bring the message to the people. "We need to stay focused on the Democrats and support anyone who supports PresidentObama. "We gave President Bush 8 years to do what he has done. Now we need to give President Obama 8 years to cor rect it." MARVIN KNIGHT Founder and Organizer of Citizens Committee BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, 1,200 to 1,500 people attended the "Get Out The Vote" Rally during a fourhour period at Alfred "AI" Barnes Park. Two of the organ izers shared their comments on the event. Marvin Knight, founder and organizer of the campaign said, "I think it was a great day in Tampa. The group was very appreciative and thankful for the outpouring of support from the community to come out." "We extend our heartfelt thanks to all of the sponsorl>, elected officials, politicians, business owners, grassroots people, the fire department, the police department, and the city's parks and recreation department for pitching in to make the event a success." "This just goes to show that when a lot of people give a little of their resources, money or time, we can accomplish great things. Knight further stated that although the event was held in the African nity, people from all walks of life and all nationalities attended and pitched in to make it successful. "The African American com. munity must come together, but we have to come together with all ethnicities to make things better. We have to ac complish things as one." MAKE SURE YOU CHIEF TOM FORWARD Founding Member and Organizer of Citizens Committee "As a member of the Citizens Committee, we know that peo ple are hurting and we are going to continue to work be cause together through Christ all things are possible. We are not just talking, but we are going to put some action behind the talk," Knight said. Fire Chief Tom Forward said, "Sunday's event at Alfred "AI" Barnes Park proved to be a huge success. Not only for the event sponsors and coordinators, but for the more than 1,000 who attended the event. m m JJ N 0 ..... 0 'TI r-0 :2 c )> en m z ::::! z m r-m c: r rm ::::! z "I many statements from those in attendance commenting on the community focus and family orientation of the event as well as the fire m prevention, law enforcement education, health related top-ics, and voter education and -4 registration information. C: "The afternoon was filled rn with food, fun and entertain-C ment by many local artists in-eluding, Shawn Brown, who )> represented the entertain-i5 ment headliner. 'TI c: m r-u; ::::1: m c "Many elected officials and ::C public office candidates were c on hand to communicate con-cerns relative to each of their offices and campaigns. lt was also interesting to note that at the end of the event, everyone chipped in to clean-up and tear down thetents and table displays 1eave already well-manicured park even bet-ter than we found it," Forward said. ON NOVEMBER 2 C) m (,)
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Horoscopes/soaps HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--The universe challenges you this year to fulfill your mission at work and to develop your inspirational capacity. Make stress your internal barometer that measures how close you come to the mark with every activity you deem worthy of attention. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) --You question the group's mindset. Clarify your reservations with visual aids Then see if you can connect the pots. If so then move forward. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) --Finalize one more question before you present your ideas to the group. Consider the feelings of others as you add the finishing touch Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --Time gets away from you as y ou're having fun. Everyone wants to share ideas and stir things up. Don t plan on finalizing anything just y et Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --You want everything to be per fect. You get more done if you relax a bit and accept excellence. Very little is lost in the process. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --Find out what delights your part ner. Then adapt today's plan to accomplish as much of that as possible. You make stunning progress. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) --Your need for recognition can wait until you ve completed the project. There's still plenty to do to make this the wonderful piece you envisioned. Aries (March 21-April19) --Your favorite person suggests a plan to test your excitement level. Handle responsibilities first, then devote yourself to private time later. Taurus (April2o-May 20) --You need personal attention today Others recognize this and contribute but possibl y not how you imag ined. Clarify your needs to get them met. Gemini (May 21-June 21) --You need to express y our views con cerning core values. Associates may see things quite differently and could suggest viable new solutions. Cancer (June 22-July 22) --What would you really want, if you could have anything be anything or do anything? Imagine that this i s all accomplished. Then what would you create for others? Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) --An outsider raises questions concerning your goals. A creative plan goes on hold while you sort out the impli cations. Family members providekey information. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -A problem could arise if you become overly anxious about tomorrow's business. Stick to tasks that must be completed today and use your talents. SOAPS ALL MY CHILDREN-Kendall's reassigned from scrubbing toilets to mopping floors; Tad and Colby congratulate Damon on getting his GED; Liza offers Damon an assistant job at her law firm. Annie is furi ous with JR for ruining her party ; Colby wonders what JR and Asher are up to; Caleb catches Asher trying to break into his house. Greenlee apologizes to Jackson and asks for forgiveness; JR and Annie may not be able to resist each other; Erica returns from her trip. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Donna and Katie check on Brid get; Jackie reminds Rick that she is happily married to Owen; Stephanie refuses to believe that Brooke is sincere about beirig supportive while she seeks medical attention Steffy unexpectedly shows up at Bill's office and presents him with an enticing proposition; Oliver apologizes to Hope again and begs for another chance; Bill gives Liam his first big as signment. Steffy shows up at her interview with Liam wearing lingerie; Hope confronts Steffy about the way she keeps throwing herself at men; Thomas tries to convince Ridge to bring Brooke back to Forrester Cre ations. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Vivian realizes that Nicole was seduced by Brady; Lexie insists that Roman no longer question EJ; Justin and Adrienne consider that perhaps their divorce was a mistake ; Arianna remains determined to find out who shot EJ and bring that person to justice. Justin reveals to Bo that Hope signed divorce papers; Kayla urges Stephanie to be honest with Natqan ; Brady is nearly discovered by Justin who continues to question Brady s odd behavior; Hope starts a new job in the prison infirmary. Brady and Nicole discuss what to do wit4 Vivian; Chloe and Daniel are blissfully happy as their wedding day dawns; Vivian finds a way to communicate with Gus; Brady asks his grandfather for a favor; Nicole shows up on Chloe's doorstep. GENERAL HOSPITAL Robin tells Patrick she will not take him back; Sam may acct;pt Jason's offer to move in with him; Brenda and Sonny get close. Suzanne arrives in Port Charles ; Sam volunteers to help Michael find a prostitute ; Sonny makes a decision about Claire. Suzanne clashes with Diane ; Maxie is determined to get Brenda on the cover of Crimson ; Maxie advises Robin to try to reconcile with Patrick. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Blair thinks Todd's mind is playing tricks on him; John finds Greg nearly dead; Darren comforts Destiny when she breaks down about Greg's condition. Ford may tell Brody the secret James is keeping; Jessica learns that she h a s high-blood pressure due to stress; Todd and Ross almost come to blows. Marty wonders what secret Brody is keeping; Ross artd Eli have a showdown on the docks ; Natalie discovers James bullet necklace. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Jana uses Noah for revenge; Kevin battles growing feelings for Chloe. Adam makes a scene at the Harvest Festival; Cane goes to J.T. for help Colleen is remembered; Lily finds Cane's secret. fictures From The Members of Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity are shown at the home of Dr. Andrew R. Jackson making plans for their annual invitational affair. From left to right are Dr. Andrew R. Jackson, Dr. W. W. Andrews, Dr. Fred A. Smith, John Anderson, James Montjoy and Robert Simmons. In this 1984 photo attending a City Council meeting are Flossie Wilson, Belle Minor and Eddie L. Burnell. Attending the AKA's Cluster II Meeting in this photo are Sonya Garcia, Dr. Lorraine K. Harris, Stella J. Lett, and DeLoris Oliver. "11 r-0 ::XJ en m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r rm ::! z "tJ c: aJ r-Cii m c m < m ::XJ < -4 c: m en c )> z c "T1 ::XJ c
0 Local/State Kendrick Meek Visited Several Churches Senate Candidate Kendrick Meek popped in on several in the Tampa community last Sunday, Sept. 26th. He spoke to the congregations at First Baptist Church of College Hill, St. John Progressive MB Church, St. Luke A.M. E. Church and New Mt. Zion M. B. Church. From left to right at First Baptist are: Dianne Hart, Fontaine Marion, State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Rep. Meek and State Rep. Betty Reed. (Photograph by Julia Jackson) c a: u. c z <( c en w :::::) Forum Planned To Address Topic Of Students And weapons 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :J m :::::) D.. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several organizations from within the community have joined forces to host a forum about students and weapons on Saturday, October 9th, at 10 a.m. The event will take place in the cafeteria of the Oak Park Elementary School, 2716 N. 46th Street. z i= w ...I ...I :::::) m The event addresses students who are charged with having weapons and how it ...1 affects their lives. The community is invited to attend i= the event. ffi The Hillsborough County en Branch of the NAACP, in < partnership with the HillsC 0: borough County Public 0 Schools, the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office, Tampa PoliCe MS. BRENDA JORDAN ... Education Committee Chairperson, Hillsborough County Branch NAACP Department, Public De fender's Office, and Ameri can Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), is sponsoring the event. Ms. Brenda jordan, Chairperson of the Hillsbo rough County Branch NAACP said, "We have a problem when our children get caught up in events that escalate. In a matter of mo ments, their lives are changed forever and so is every member of their fam ily, as well as the lives of the family of the person injured. Ms. Jordan further stated that this event should spark the interest of students, their grandparents, sib lings, and other relatives. It should also grab the attention of community leaders and church leaders. "These are our children that we are losing. It is necessary for us to provide "food for thought" for them and help them to stay on track to have productive and prosperous lives," Ms. Jordan stated. She said the event is so important that it should be of interest to those who are not parents, but who have an in terest in the community as a citizen. Governor Crist Appoints Angela Ronson To The Board Of Trustees, Florida A&M Universitv TALLAHASSEE-Governor Charlie Crist an nounced last week the appointment of Angela H. Ronson to the Board of Trustees, Florida A&M Uni versity (Senate confirmation required). Angela H. Ronson, 43, of St. Petersburg, is a market ing coordinator for Bayfront Medical Center, succeeding Belinda Shannon, ap pointed for a term beginning September 29, 2010, and ending January 6, 2011. Meetings ANGELA ROUSON Juvenile Justice Task Force Will Meet The Hillsborough County Juvenile Justice Task Force will meet Tuesday, Oct. 7, from 2 p.m. to 4:30p.m., in the Planning Com mission Boardroom on the 18th Floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., in downtown Tampa. For more information; contact Jerry Noland, Aide to Commissioner Beckner, at 272-5730. -. Child Care Facilitv Advisorv Board Til Meet Hillsborough County's Child Care Facility Advisory Board will meet Thursday, Oct. 7 at 1 p. m. in the Child Care Licensing Of fice, 3110 Clay Mangum Ln., Bldg. 39, Tampa. For more information, contact Linda Stoller, Child Care Li censing at 903-3417. Meeting on Panhandling And Solicitation Issues Is Scheduled A meeting on panhandling and solicitation issues will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. in the Conference Room on the 26th floor of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa. The meeting will include representatives from Hillsborough County, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, the City of Tampa, the Tampa Police Department, the City of Temple Ter race, the City of Plant City, the Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance, and the Homeless Coalition. For more information about this meeting, contact the Hills borough County Administrator's Office at 272-snio. "The Voice of. Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921
c CJ) 4th Annual Black Diamond Bav Area Vanpool Adds Additional Commuter Van Charter School are currently take place on Saturday, Feb-planning their 4th Annual ruary 26, at 5:45p.m., at the Black Diamond Awards cereDon Thompson Performing mony. The deadline to regisArts Center on the campus of ter nominees is January 7, Howard W. Blake High 2011. School, corner of Main Street The awards program pays and North Boulevard in tribute to Hillsborough Tampa. County African American citFor additional information, izens who have made outcall (813) 253-0053. Anyone standing contributions interested in participating in during the 2010 year. African the election process can vote Americans will be recognized on line. Votes can be cast on and honored in thirteen cateline at www.mpmidgories. Category finalists will dleschool.net and (click on be announced in January the Black Diamond Award 2011. button). NUCP To Hold Nominating Comminee Interviews The Nominating Commit tee for the NAACP 2010 Branch Election has set Tues day, October 12, 2010 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, October 16, from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. During this time, members will interview individuals who would like to become an officer or a member of the Executive Committee at-large with the organization. Those interested in seeking office in the NAACP should attend one of these sessions. Those interested a:re asked to contact D!". Arlessa Kubon, Nominating Committee Chair person, at (813) 223-4863. In order to qualify for the purpose of running for office, you must be a member in good standing, which means that the person must be a bona fide member of the Branch by April 1, 2010 and must live and/or work within the Branch juris-Meetins Woodland Terrace Neighborhood Watch The Woodland Terrace Neigh borhood Watch organization will hold a Community Yard Sale on Saturday, October 16, 2010, at the College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6416 N. 30th St., El
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1 Local oav Of Atonement Vital In Todav's Societv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Sunday October Ii\ the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will be appearing at the Tampa Con vention Center. Minister Farrakhan will be speaking to the people of the entire Tampa Bay area on the 151 h anniversary of the first Million Man March. Brother Rasul Muhammad, son of the late Honorable Minister Elijah Muhammad, said to better understand the importance of atonement, pick up your Bible. "Look at the scriptures of the Bible, particularly Jonah, and he asked the Mennonites for atonement because they had become so degenerate." "I think this country and all the people of this nation have become degenerate, and this is a true time for atonement." Bro. Muhammad said a pledge was made in Wash-Tampa: BROTHER RASUL MUHAMMAD ington, D. C. 15 years ago that we would be more productive fathers, sons, and people. "In 1995, Minister Farrakhan said atonement is a 8-:step process." "Those steps are: 1) Point out the wrong; 2) Acknowl edge the wrong; 3) Confes sion a public confession of ncut OUtlets wrong in two parts, to God first and then to those you have wronged; 4) Repen tance and change one's mind and thinking. 5) Atonement or making amends for what you've done wrong; 6) For giveness; 7) Reconciliation and restoration; and 8) One. ness with God." Bro. Muhammad said this is definitely a time for atonement and points out the current situation of Rev. Eddie Long. "I only know what the news has reported. I know no facts, but I believe it is God that judges us all. If we can be humble enough to admit our sins, then we can be receptive of atonement." "This is not a Muslim thing. It is anyone who is humble enough to see they have strayed from the path of righteousness." Bro. Muhammad wants everyone to revisit the theme of Minister Farrakhan's message 15 years ago with hope we'll see ourselves in the process of atonement. St. Petersburg: Tampa Study Group 831-965-7988 2911 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 9 am to 8 pm Daily Muhammad Mosque #95 900 22nd St. South St. Petersburg, FL 33733 Boyz 2 Men 813-979-2887 2135 University Sq. Mall Tampa, FL 33612 GO Fashions 813-236-7804 3010 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 Ladies of the Sea 813-247-2722 2705 E. MLK Blvd. Suite A Tampa, FL 3361 0 Candy Lowe Tea Time 813-394-6363 904 V2 E. Henry Ave. Tampa, FL 10 am to 2 pm Daily Intrigue Barber Shop 727-321-7203 514 49th Street, St. Petersburg, FL Or1ando: 407 Customs 407-903-9228 1233 W. Sandlake Rd., Orlando, FL Sweet Stop Candy Company 321-439-8216 407 West Church St., Orlando, FL 32801 Dolly's One Stop Records 407-295-9584 400 N. Pinehills Road Suite H Orlando, FL 32811 c: m CJ) Church To Host Triple Celebration oav c 0 (") d m m JJ MISSIONARY MAE FOWLER On Sunday, October, 10, 2010, Palm River Church of God in Christ will host its 2nd Annual Triple Celebra. tion Day. The event will celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness, Alumni and Community Day. This day has been set aside in memory of Missionary Mae Fowler, First Lady of the Church and Missionary Fredericka (La) Patterson, both of whom suffered from breast cancer. "Both women showed true examples of what Faith is about. They not only talked it, they lived it and showed it," Shelia Shaw-Lillie, co ordinator of the event stated. According to Ms. ShawLillie, Mrs. Mae Fowler dealt with breast cancer first. For years she continued her work in the ministry as well as her family duties Her family,-Pastor Willie Fowler, and their two sons, Cornelius MISSIONARY FREDERICKA (LA) PATTERSON 1\) 0 ...... 0 "TT r 0 and Corintheus, were able JJ to witness her faith level with C )> God. Mrs. Fowler passed away on October 13, 1999. Immediately after witnessing the faith of her First Lady, Missionary Patter.:. son was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because she had surrounded herself with someone who led by examCJ) m z :::t z m r m c: r r m :::t z ple, she was able to do the same. She, too, left a legacy to remember. She had fam-m ily and friends to witness r en :I: m 0 her strength: husband, Eric Patterson, Sr. and their children, Eureka, Eric, Jr. m and Ebony.On October 5, !i 2008, Missionary Patte.r-son went to eternal home. The church is inviting the community to join them in this en Triple Celebration. The church is located in Palm River at ...... 1304 S. 58th St. For more in-formation, please call Ms. C Shaw-Lillie (813) 446-3764. "TT JJ c Ybor Citv Arts In The Park $2,000 in Cas'h Plus Prizes The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation invites artists to in the inaugural Arts in the Park Event. This will be a day-long event giving artists the opportunity to show and sell work in a festival atmosphere. If you need further infor mation please contact Brent Thorlton at bthorl firstname.lastname@example.org or at the Ybor Art Studio. The dead line for submission will be November 24, 2010.
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Local Daughter Thanks Three Men For Rescuing Her Mother From Fire Sonja Roberts said if it weren't for the courage of three men Friday evening, her mother may have perished in a fire Tampa Fire Rescue Units were called to 2328 West Cherry Street at 4 p.m., andreported smoke and flames com ing from the rear of a two-story wood frame rooming house Fire crews were told there were people trapped inside and found a woman unconscious. She was treated b y paramedics at the scene, then hospitalized. She was later identified as Ella Rowland, 6o. Hospital offi cials have upgraded her condition to fair _and said she suffered burns and smoke in halation. Fire I nvestigators reported that Rowland lived upstairs with her husband, Freaman Rowland, 66, who was at a store at the time of the fire Also living in an upstairs room was Ms. Carolyn Goodman, 55 Goodman re portedly heard the smoke alarm, saw the fire, and tried to put it out but had to leave the building. She received minor -burns and was treated on the scene. Five adults who lived doWnstairs and were at home when the fire started got out The cause of the fire remains under investigation and is sus:picious, according to investiga tors. The upstairs area of the rooming house was heavily damaged by the fire, With ELLA ROWLAND smoke and water damage to other areas of the building It was reported that 9 adults lived in the rooming house and all are being assisted by the Amer ican Red Cross. Ms. Roberts said he r mother is originally from Ft. Myers and she and her husband had been living in the rooming house for 15 years. Mrs. Rowland is also the mother of seven children, and is retired. Ms. Roberts said she owes a debt of gratitude to the three men who pulled her mother out of the house She had passed out on the stairway, and they found her there. They pulled her out and took her outside where the paramedics were waiting. "I want to thank them for sav ing my mother's life, and I think they should be recog nized as heroes." The Law Office Of Angela B.-Wright, P.A._ FELONIES AND MISDEMEANORS AGGRESSIVE MOTION PRACTICE BOND HEARINGS WARRANTS TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS/LICENSE SUSPENSIONS PROBATION VIOLATIONS CERTIFIED EXPERT CRIM I NAL TRIAL ATTORNEY 300 N FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA. FL 33602 SERVING BAY AREA COUNTIES (813) 277-0068 Email: email@example.com www. abwrightlaw .com PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE Hillsborough County Canvassing Board The Hillsboro ugh County Canvassing Board will meet on th e following dates to conduct logic and accuracy testing on the voting and t abulatio n system, canvass and process absen t ee ballots, canvass and process provisional ballots, canvass elec tion returns, certify election results and r eceive queries from the public for the November 2, 2010 General Election. The meetings will take place at the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Robert L Gilder EleCtions S e rvice Center lo cated a t 2514 North Falkenburg Road, Tampa, Florida. The meetings are open to the public October 13, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. The Canvassing Board will meet to conduct a logic and acc ur acy test o n the automatic voting and tabulation system that will be used to record and tabulate votes for early vot ing e l ec tion day voting and absen t ee voting. Th e Board may also discuss other matters relating to the November 2, 2010 Genera l Election. Octob e r 27, 2010 a t 11:00 a.m. -The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass absent ee ballots and r eceive queries from th e public about the absentee ballots for the November 2 2010 General E l ec tion All abse nt ee ballots r eceive d for this e l e ction prior to October 27, 2010, will be canvassed at 11:00 a.m Any m e mber of the public who wish es to e xamin e these ballots s h ould b e presenfno l ater than 11:00 a.m. The ballots will be processed immediately after the canvass of the ballots; how e v e r they will not be count e d until TOO p.m o n Nove mber 2, 2010 Octob e r 28, 2010 a t 9 :00 a.m. Th e Canvassing Board will meet to process absentee ballots rec eive d for this e l ection prior to October 27, 2010. Any m e mber of th e public who \'.>ishes to examine these ballots should be prese nt no lat e r than 9:00a.m Th ese ballots will be proc esse d on October 28, 20 10; however, the y will not b e count ed until TOO p.m. on No vember 2 2010. O c tob e r 29 2010 at 9 :00 a.m. -The C a nvassing Board will m ee t to proces s abs entee ballots rec e i ved for this e l ec tion prior to Octob e r 27, 2010. Any member of the public who wishes to exam in e thes e ballots shou ld b e pr ese nt no la ter than 9:00a.m. These ballots will be proc es sed on October 29, 2010; however, they will not be c.ount ed until TOO p.m. on November 2, 2010. October 29, 2010 at 3:00p.m. -The Canvassing Boa rd will meet to canvass and process the absent e e ballots received for this e lection prior to and on Octob e r 29, 2010. Any member of the public w h o wishes to examine th ese ballots should be present no later than 3 p .m. These ballots will be processed on October 29, 2010; how ever, the y will not be counted until TOO p.m. on November 2, 2010. October 30, 2010 at 9 :00 a m -The Canvassing Board will meet to process absentee ballots received for this e lection prior to and on October 29, 2010 Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later th a n 9:00 a.m. Th ese ballots will be processed on October 30, 2010; howev er, they will not be counted until TOO p m on November 2, 2010. October 31, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. (if necessary). -The Canvassing Board will meet to process absentee ballots received for this elec tion prior to an d on October 29 2010 Any member of the public who wishes to examine thes e ballots should be present no l a ter than 9:00 a.m These ballots will be processed on October 31, 2010; however, they will not be counted until TOO p.m on November 2, 2010. -1 c: m (/) c 0 0 -1 0 III m :::D !J1 1\) 0 ...... 0 November 1, 2010 at 9 :00a.m. The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass and process the absentee ballots received for "11 this election prior to and on October 30, 2010 Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be r present no later than 9 a.m. These ballots will be processed on November 1 2010; however, they will not be counted until 0 7:00p.m. on November 2, 2010 :::D November 1 2010 at 4:00p.m. The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass and process the absentee ballots received for this e l ec tion prior to and on November 1, 2010, process Provisional Ballots from Early Voting and process the OSX Scan ners from Early Voting Any m e mb e r of the public who wishes to examine these ballots and observe the processing of the Earl y Voting Optical Scanners should be present no later than 4 p.m These ballots and Early Voting Scanners will be processed on November 1, 2010; however they will not b e counted until TOO p .m. on November 2, 2010 Nove mb e r 2, 2 010 at 3:00p.m.-Th e Canvassing Board will meet to canvass and process the absentee ballpts received for thi s e l ection prior to a nd on Nove mb er 2 2010 and any remaining Provisional Ballots from Early Voting. Any member of th e public who wishes to examine these ballots should b e pres e nt no later th a n 3:00p. m These ballots will be processed at 3 p m on November 2 2010; how ever, they will not be counted until TOO p.m. on November 2, 2010 Nov embe r 2, 2010 at TOO p.m.-The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass all remaining absentee ballots re c eived sub seq u e nt to th e last Canvassing Board meeting. Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be pre s e nt no later than 7:00 p m The Canvassing Board \viii then begin the tabulation for all ballots for the November 2, 2010 General Election. November 3 2010 at 11:00 a.m. (if necessary)The Canvassing Board will meet if necessary to discuss or act on any mat e t e rs relating to the November 2, 2010 General Election. c )> (/) m z ::! z m r III c: r r m ::! z "'tJ c: III r en November 4, 2010 at 4:00p.m. The Canvassin g Board will meet to canvass and process the provisional ballots cast for :::1: this election Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 4:00 p m m Processing of these ballots will begin immediately after they are canvassed. At the completion of the provisional ballot C canvass and processing, the Canvassing Board will meet to certify the unoffici a l res1,1lts of the November 2; 2010 General Election November 5, 2010 at 11:00 a .m (if necessary)The Canvassing Board will meet if necessary to discuss .or act on any mat t ers relating to the Nov e mber 2 2010 General Election. November 6, 2010 at 11:00 a m. (if necessary)The Canvassing Board will m ee t if nec essary to discuss or act on any mat t ers relating to the November 2, 2010 General Election. November 8, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. (if necessary)The Canvassing Board will meet if necessary to discuss or act on any mat ters relating to the November 2 2010 General Election November 9, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. (if necessary)The Canvassing Board will meet if necessary to discuss or act on any mat ters relating to the November 2, 2010 General Election. m < m -1 c: m (/) c )> z c November 10, 2010 at 11:00 a.m (if -The Canvassing Board will meet if necessary to discuss or act on any jl matt ers relating to the November 2, General Election. C November 11, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. (if necessary)The Board will meet if to discuss or act on any matters 'relating to the November 2, 2010 General Election : November 12, 2010 at 2:00p.m.The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass and process oyerseas absentee ballots re ceived. Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 2:00p.m. Pro cessing of these ballots will .begin immediately after they are canvassed. At the completion of the overseas absentee ballot canvass apd processing, the Canvassing Board will meet to certify the official results of the General Election. The Canvassing Board may need to reconvene at times o r dates other than those specified above. If so, the date and time will be posted at: the main office of the Supervisor of Elections located on the 16th floor of the County Center at 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in Tampa ; the Elections Service Center ; in the lobb y of the Hillsborough County Courthouse; and on the Supervisor of Elections website at If any elector or candidate present at the above J;ll.eetings believes that any absentee ballot is illeg3l. due to any defect ap parent on the Voter's Certificate he or she may at any time before the ballot is removed from the envelope, file with the Canvassing Board a protest against the canvass of such ballot, specifying the precinct, the ballot and the reason he or she beli eves such ballot to be illegal No challenge based upon any defect in the Voter's Certificate shall be accepted after the ballot has been removed from the mailing envelope NOTE : Persons are advised that if they wish to appeal any decision ina de by the Canvassing Board during the canvass of a bsentee ballots, provisional ballots, or the logic and accuracy tests, they will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the tes timony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based, per Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes. /sf Earl Lennard Supervisor of Elections Hillsborough County, Florida C) m ..... .....
Local Entertainment N Lt) Gathering At 'The Spot' 0 1-' The Spot' is an old familiar site under new management There g was fun and frolic there during a recent weekend. (Photos by Julia Jackson) N ,... w CJ :: Tampa Grown Folks Comedv Show And Partv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Tampa promoter, Pat "B." Bynes has been the face of en tertainment in the Tampa Bay area for decades. Last May 1st, he was overwhelmed by the support for the Funk Fest event he promoted. He also re alized that area grown folks were craving for more mature adult entertainment. Pat B. contacted his longtime business partners from his hometown of Miami, and told them he wanted to bring the popular "Miami Grown Folks Night" to Tampa. After a few months of plan ning, Tampa's first real grown folks event will happen on Sat urday, October 16th at the Comfort Inn Suncoast Ballroom, 820 East Busch Boule vard. The show will feature com edy from 8:30p.m. until10:30 p.m. with one of Miami's top comedians. Following the comedy show will be a grown folks party from 10:30 p.m. until 2 a.m. A special DJ will be playing real grown folks music from the 1980s, 1990s, and today's R&B. "We have provided an ex-. tended dance floor in the ball room with two cash bars, a food bar, and a photographer," said Pat B. "This event is strictly-for the grown, sexy, and elite profes sionals. A dress code will be strictly enforced and that means no jeans, tee-shirts, sneakers, or baseball caps. What we're trying to tell everyone is if they can't dress grown, stay at home." Pat B. said he's already re ceived great reviews on the event, and the hotel staff is ex cited and have been very coop erative with providing him with everything he needs to make this a special night. "We're bringing in the lights, sound, and the fun. We would like to do this once a month, because this is what Tampa needs." "There are not any grown folks night clubs in the area, and the time is right for us to give the folks what they like." For advance ticket informa tion, call (813) 493-1997. Also join the Tampa Grown Folks on Facebook.comjtampa grownfolks, or e-mail tampagrownfolks@gmail. The Manila Partv At Tampa live (Photos by Julia Jackson) Tammy "Mr. Kool Breeze" in his demin outfit: Ms. Sandra is full of smiles. Trisa enjoying the weekend.
ntertainment c: President Obama Adds wavne And Nas To Plavlist, Talks FOX News HOT LIST 2 '()_10 11;'11-\f,p.l: ."': u "- tA1:s PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA President Barack Obanta decided to take some time out from running the country to conduct a candid interview with Rolling Stone Magazine and discuss why he's still Hip-Hop's president. In the interview, President Obama states that since his inauguration his Hip-Hop playlist has in creased and that emcees Nas and Lil' Wayne have been added to heavy rotation. "Thanks to Reggie [Love, the president's personal aide], my rap palate has greatly im proved," President Obama said in the interview. "Jay-Z used to be sort of what pre dominated, but now I've got a little Nas and a little Lil Wayne and some other stuff, but I would not claim to be an expert. Malia and Sasha are now. getting old enough to wher:e they start hipping me to things. Music is still a great source of joy and occasional solace in the midst of what can be some difficult days." Tvler Perrv Donates $10,000 To Bov Scout Troupe TYLER PERRY Filmmaker Tyler Perry recently came to the rescue of an Atlanta area boy scout troupe by sending them a check for $10,000 to cover the loss of their carrtping gear that was stolen by thieves. Earlier this month, thieves swipedtwo trailers belonging to Cub Scout Pack 103 from an empty parking lot. . One trailer was empty, but the other c.ontained an ma,ted $4,000 worth of camp' ing gear that the troupe planed to use for an October camping trip. After hearing about the loss on media reports, Perry con tacted pack administrator Emily Skuban who says the actor I director then sent her a check for $10,000. Recently, Tyler Perry was added to Forbes magazine's list of 'Billionaires in The Making,' in their most recent issue (covered by Jay-Z and Wan-en Buffet). Periy has an estimated worth of $35o' million. Singer Mario Arrested For Assaulting Mother MARIO Mario, 24, was arrested this morning and charged with 2nd degree assault on his own mother. According to police, Mario's mother Shawntia Hathaway told police that the R&B singer was "throw ing and damaging property" inside the Baltimore apart ment that they share and that he "pushed her around." Cops say when they ar rived they found several bro ken items inside the apartment, including a braken china cabinet, a busted mirror and a hole in the closet door. The singer's mother told police the former "Dancing With The Stars" contestant attacked her earlier in the week and pushed her "eight feet into a living room wall, where Ms. Hardaway hit her head on the wall." Mario whose real name is Mario Dewar Bennett was released on $so,ooo bond. wvclef Updates Health Status Since Hospitalized Wyclef Jean has con firmed to his fans that he was feeling better and appreciates all of the love and support. According to his publicist: "He's just plain exhausted and pushed himself way be yond human limits, he will re sume his regular schedule next week." The singer had been having headaches for several weeks and plans to get some "much need bed rest" in his New J er seyhome. Jean's next solo album, If I Were President: The Hait ian Experience, is due next year. Sade Announces First Global Tour In Over 10-Years g a 0 m m ::c U1 1\) 0 0 SADE Sade has announced that her 10 year absentee of tour ing will finally end with an upcoming global tour! Tickets will go on sale in select markets beginning October 16th at LiveNation.com with additional dates to be announced soon. Sade will perform over so concerts in top arenas across North America, in an effort to reach her vast and loyal fan base. Their classic sound set to haunting, unmistakable vocals creates the most inti mate of concert experiences in a way that only an unfor gettable Sade performance can. Sade performed for more than l,ooo,ooo fans during her last tour in 2001. ll Cool J To Be Inducted Into Rock-N-Roll ., r-0 ::c (/) m z Hip-Hop pioneer, LL Cool J is among the elite being honored at the inductee ceremony for the Rock-N Roll Hall of Fame. LL Cool J, who has been nominated for the second year in a row. The inductees will be an nounced in December, and the 26th annual induction ceremony will be held on March 14 at the Waldorf-As toria in Manhattan. Artists become eligible for nomination 25 years after the release of their first single or album, and the awards are voted on by more than soo LLCOOLJ ::::! z m r-m c: r rm ::::! z "tl c: m r-(j) music professionals. ffi Other honorees who are C nominated as inductees in m the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame include the Beastie Boys, Kiss, Donna Summer and --4 Neil Diamond. (/) c )> z c ., c
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I come from an era where you don't sa y nothing bad about someone's parent, so not at all." c z <( c (/') w ::J 1-> a:: w > w Ochocinco Cereal Box Uses Sex-line Number BvAccident c w J: (/') :;j m ::J a. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m CHAD OCHOCINCO CINCINNATI -Charityuj minded callers are getting in Z tercepted b y a phone-sex line !z because of a typo on Chad W Ochocinco's Cereal boxes. CI'J The phone number is supi posed to connect callers to a: Feed the Children, which 0 benefits from sales of the ..J u. Cincinnati Bengals wide re ceiver's cereal But the box has the wrong toll-free prefix, meaning callers get a seductive-sounding woman who makes risque suggestions and then asks for a credit card number. Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. said Thursday it was pulling all Ochocinco cereal boxes from its grocery shelves because of the error Some local stores had them on special display after the launch about a month ago. KASSIM OSGOOD JACKSONVILLE -J a ck sonville Jaguars receiver Kassim Osgood leapt out a s econd-floor window to es cape a gun-wielding man who a ttacked him and a 19y ear old woman. According to the Jack sonville Sheriffs Office the armed intruder e x ch a nged gunfire with his ex-girlfriend, Mackenzie Rae Putnal, after putting a gun to her head on Monday night. Police say Osgood, 30, sustained some minor bruises during the attack and while fleeing. Coach Jack Del Rio sa y s "He's fine I'm aware of it. I really can't comment on that whole deal. He's doing OK." Police sa y Julian Armond Bartletto, 20, of Jacksonville was arrested on charges ofaggravated battery, false imprisonment armed robbery, burglary and viola tion of an injunction He's being held without bond at the Duval County Jail. Lebron James savs Race Plaved Role In Backlash To His Decision Did race play a role in the backlash -in the media and in the general public--toLeBron James' decision to take his talents to South Beach? LeBron James and his business partner and close friend Maverick Carter both said yes in an interview onCNN. "I think so at times. It's al ways a race factor," LeBron said as part of a segment that focused largely on Carter. "It definitely played a role in some of the stuff coming out of the media, things that were written," Carter said. A lot of the backlash seemed to be focused less on the choice itself -outside of Cleveland, anyway -. and more on what came off as an egotistical way to do it. But both Carter and James said that "The Decision" --the hour-long show on ESPN an nouncing his move to Miami -may have had something to no with thHt PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick's brief run as No. 1 may be temporarily grounded. Vick has sore ribs and chest and will n ee d an MRI after the scrambling Eagles quarterback was drilled b y a pair of Redskins on Sunda y Vick starte d his first hom e game of the season but wasn't around for the finish in Wash ington's 17-12 win He was re plac e d b y Kevin Kolb, who suffer e d a concussion in the season opener tha t allowed Vick to take the job. "I talked to him at halftime and he said his sternum and collarbone were hurting," wide receiver DeSean Jackson said. The Eagles were mum on the severity of the injuries MICHAEL VICK Vick grimaced as he gingerly put on a button down over his white T-shirt. He walked a r ound the locker room and shook his head no toward r e porters. His status for ne x t week's game at San Francisco was not immediately known "He's got a sore chest is what I can tell you right now," coach Andy Reid said. Jets RB Tomlinson Passes Dorsen On Rushing list ORCHARD PARK, NY-New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson has passed Tony Dorsett to move into seventh place on the NFL's yards rushing list. Tomlinson passed Dorsett with a 5-yard run at the end of the first quarter in the Jets game at the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Tomlinson entered the game with 12,698 y ards rushing, and needed only 42 to pass Dorsett. He finished the first half with 89 yards rushing in helping the Jets to a 17-7lead Earlier, Tomlinson scored on a 1-yard plunge for his 155th career touchdown LADAINIAN TOMLINSON and 140th rushing. He ranks third on the NFL touchdown list, behind Jerry Rice (208) and Smith (175). Steelers Quarterback Dixon To Miss Rest 01 Season DENNIS DIXON PITTSBURGH-The Pitts burgh Steelers have placed quarterback Dennis Dixon on the injured reserve list with a meniscus tear in his left knee, ending his season. Dixon started the Steelers' first two games in place of the suspended Ben Roethlisberger. He was injured on a run during the first quarter of a 19-11 victory at Tennessee on Sept. 19. Charlie Batch took over and Dixon had sur gery later in the week. The move Saturday allows the Steelers to activate defen sive linemafl Steve McLendon for Sunday's game against Baltimore.
s:;;; Clinched The Al East McNabb Returns To BEAUTY UNLIMITED ; JOEMADDON Tampa Bay Manager KANSAS CITI, Mo. -No body can say the Tampa Bay Rays backed into the AL East title Sunday. Knowing that New York's loss about an hour earlier had already assured them of the championship, the Rays ral lied for a 3-2 victory over Kansas City in 12 innings, sending them into the post season on a winning "Winning in extra innings on the road is a great measure of your team and the charac ter of your group," Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon. "Under these circumstances that reall y demonstrates that." Bulls' Boozer Could Miss Two Months After Breaking Hand At Home Carlos Boozer joined the B .ulls in a sign-and-trade deal this offseason. CHICAGO -Bulls forward Carlos Boozer, of Chicago's top offseason acqui sitions, broke his right hand after tripping over a bag at his home and could miss two months. Boozer fractured the fifth metacarpal bone in his hand Saturday and will have surgery Tuesday. He was evalu ated by team physician Dr. Brian Cole and hand specialist Dr. Marc Cohen of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush; one of the nation's top sports medicine centers. "It was just dark. My door bell had rang and I tripped over a bag, tried to brace my.:. self and it popped. I jumped back up, opened the door and my hand was still a little bit numb," Boozer said at a Bulls practice Sunday evening. Reinent er ... Vote Noventber 2nd Standing Ovation o PHILADELPHIA Donovan McNabb tried to play it all down. In the end, after he made himself right at home in Philadelphia, it be came clear this was not just another road trip. McNabb drew a standing ovation from the fans of his former team when he was in troduced Sunday before the Washington Redskins' game at the Line. Those fans must be wishing he still wore Ea gles green after he led Wash ington to a 17-12 victory Sizzling Tiger wins Singles For 3-1 Rvder Cup Tiger w 0 0 d s posted a per sonal-best 3-1 Ryder Cup record in Wale s this year. The United States made a valiant comeback in the 38th Ryder Cup but came up a half-point short of retaining the trophy. Europe, led by U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell, held off the Ameri cans 14.5 to 13.5, at Celtic Manor in Newport, Wales, in the first Monday finish in the 83-year history of the event. The U.S., which trailed 9 5 to 6 .5 entering the 12 singles matches, was seekirig the sec ond-biggest comeback in Ryder Cup history. The Yanks won seven points, but McDowell beat Hunter Mahan, 3 and 1 in the dra matic deciding match to give Europe its sixth victory in the last eight meetings. Tiger Woods played his best golf of the week and de feated Franceso Molinari of Europe, 4 and 3. Woods made seven birdies and an eagle in a bogey-free per formance. "I did hit it well today," he said. "Made a couple putts. Even though Francesco got off to a quick start, I just.felt keep hanging in there, keep patient, stay calm and it will work out in the end." woods, playing as a cap tain's pick for the first time, finished with an overall record of 3-i, his best show. ing in six Ryder Cup appear ances DESIREE As the weather cools off a little, we decided to offer as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, You've seen this young lady before, but our phone falls demanded she appear again. Desiree is a young woman who is multi'talented, and not afraid to work hard to get where she wants to go. When it comes to beirig loyal to your friends, ;Desiree tops the list, and she can also be the focus of attention when she steps out on t1re town. This young lady wants to one day be something special, and understands it can't happen with the support of a lot of people. When it comes to the man in her life, ;Desiree said he must be strong, determined; handsome, and not afraid to take chances. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or SPotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: firstname.lastname@example.org 9" Roller ....................... ; .............. $1 .,50 Brushes ........................ .............. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 0 d m m :II U1 1\) 0 _... 0 ., r-0 :II (/) m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z "D c: m l en J: m c m < m c: m (/) c )> z c ., :!! c C) m _... U1
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According to published re ports, Reginald Wiliams and his girlfriend Teresa Foster have been arrested for abusing the toddler on repeated occa sions leading up to the September 13th incident that left the young boy with internal bleed ing and a lacerated liver. Police state that Williams and Foster confessed to beat ing the baby, 2-year old Aiyden Davis, with belts until Williams own hands hurt and body slamming the toddler causing internal bleeding. 'One Nation' DC RaiiV Shows Support For Struggling Democrats WASHINGTON-Tapping into anger as the tea party movement has done, a coalition of progressive and civil rights groups marched by the thou sands Saturda y on the Lincoln Memorial and pledged to sup port Democrats struggling to ke e p power on Capitol Hill. "We are together. This march is about the power to the peo ple, said Ed Schultz, host of "Th e Ed Show" on MSNBC. It is about the people standing up to the corporations Are you ready to fight back?" In a fiery speech that opened the "One Nation Working To gether rally on the National Mall, Schultz blamed Republi cans for shipping jobs overseas and curtailing freedoms. He borrowed some of conservative commentator Glenn Beck's rhetoric and vowed to take back our country "This is a defining moment in America. Are you American?" Schultz told the raucous crowd. "This is no time to back down This is time to fight for America." 68-Year Old Grandma Not Charged With Shooting 12-Yea,Oid Anacker, Not Sorrv For Defending Herself A 68 year-old Chica g o grandmother w ho sh o t a 12-year-old boy after she w a s at t a cked with a brick st a tes that she is relieved that the bo y only s uffered minor injuries to his a rm a nd will be okay. In an interview with FOX News in Chicago, Margret Matthews states that al though she doesn t regret de fending herself, she never intended to harm the ram bunctious teen I prayed for him, I'm pray ing for him," Mrs. Matthews said in the interview. "This is an unfortun3;te situation that couldn't be helped. But ifl hadn't tried to protect myself, I might not be standing here now." According to police the 12year-old boy and his 13-year old accomplice had thrown bricks at Matthews' house MARGRET MATTHEWS breaking out two windows. After calling police and waiting for an hour, the boys returned, throwing more bricks, with one hitting Matthews in the chest; according to reports, that's when she fired several shots in self-defense. Matthews, who police state will not be charged in the inci dent, said she did not try to hit the boy. Bishop Eddie Long Accuser Jamal Parris savs Thev Had Sex 10 Church Jamal Parris is continuing to speak out against Bishop Eddie Long, this time claim ing that he and the Bishop en gaged in sexual relations at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. Parris, 24 of Cleveland, Ohio was interviewed b y FOX 5 news leaving a local conven ie nce store. The o,ldest of Bishop Long's accuser delivered a harrowing message, describing the Pastor as a "monster" and confessing that he continues to smell his cologne and hear his voice in his head. In part 2 of his interview with the news station Parris says he and the Bishop en gaged in sex before and after church services as well as at his Dekalb County home. "His house. The hotels. His condos. In the church," Parris said."In the church, before and JAMAL PARRIS after service." When asked by FOX s's Dale Russell if he received those fateful pictures he re sponded, "I received those pictures," and admitted to sending the Pastor some as well. Parris says the Bishop exchanged pictures as he coached them on building up their bod ies, and improving their physi cal appearance for him. Children sue Citv Aner 911 Dispatcher Failed Father PITTSBURGH The child ren of a man who died after waiting 30 hours for help dur ing a snowstorm despite re peated calls to 911 are suing. The lawsuit claims the city, the county dispatch center and the various paramedics and emergency services brass are responsible for the February death of so-year-old Curtis Mitchell. Mitchell died after ambu lance crews didn't reach him despite calling 911 repeatedly over 30 hours as a storm dumped nearly two feet of snow on the city. One paramedic was fired, and three others were sus pended over Mitchell's death. The lawsuit claims he endured agonizing stomach pain while CURTIS MITCHELL waiting for help. Allegheny County Medical Examiner Karl Williams later determined Mitchell died of natural causes heart disease complicated by a fatty liver though toxicology tests confirmed that a poor blood supply caused Mitchell'sin testines to swell and likely led to the discomfort he suffered.
-4 Crime o Chase Ends With Arrest Driver Charged With Of 4 Robberv Suspects Assaulting Police OHicer Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies responded to an armed robbery occurring at a jewelry store Friday evening. As deputies responded to Fazz Jewelers, 11214 Dr. Mar tin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, they spotted a vehicle identi fied as being involved in the robbery fleeing the area. A pur suit occurred that ended at 50th Street and Dr. MLK, Jr. Boule vard, police said ... During the robbery, deputies said three people went into the store, pistol whipped the clerk and took jewelry. All three men were seen getting into a car where a fourth man was wait ing. Deputies said the four sus pects abandoned the car near 50th Street and Dr. MLK, Jr. Boulevard and attempted to flee on foot. One suspect was arrested without incident, and two oth ers were found in the woods a short time later. The fourth suspect tried hiding in a COREY GOINES DAVONTAE DAVIS nearby office building, but was also taken into custody. Corey Goines, 33, was charged with armed robbery of a business, aggravated rob bery, being a felon in posses sion of a firearm, armed RAWNBROOKS EMMITI ANDERSON burglary of a business, and grand theft. Rawn Brooks, 29, Emmitt Anderson, 20, and Davontae Davis, 17, were all charged with armed robbery of a busi ness. ST. PETERSBURGOn Fri day evening, St. Petersburg Po lice officers reported seeing a vehicle in the area of 22"d Avenue, South and 38th Street without a tag. The officers tried stopp}ng the vehicle, but said it fled. Officers did not pursue the vehicle at that time, ac cording to reports. Several minutes later, the ve hicle appeared near 1th Avenue, South and 3th Street, and allegedly drove directly at an occupied police cruiser, causing the officer to take ac tion to avoid a collision. The vehicle was then pursued and ended when the driver lost control and struck a tree. The driver of the vehicle, Chad Springer, 18, and his 17-year-old passenger were ar rested. Police said the 17-year old required medical attention for cuts to his face and was also found to be in possession of mariJuana. Police said that is the only charge lodged against tD ---.. lm JJ CHAD SPRINGER the 17-year-old. Springer was charged felony fleeing and eluding, 1\) 0 '""" 0 gravated assault on a law ., forcement officer, r driving, auto theft, and posses-sion of marijuana. C Police said Springer was al-l> ready wanted for auto prior to this incident. !j Trial Continues For Rape Suspect Man Charged With Threatening Familv Members z m r tD c: r r m KENDlUCK MORRIS On Monday, the second week of testimony began in the rape trial of Kendrick Morris. Morris, 19, is accused of at tacking a student outside of the Bloomingdale Public Library in April 2008. On Friday, prosecutors showed jurors a shirt and sweatshirt Morris allegedly wore the day of the attack. They also were shown surveil lance footage that shows Morris in a nearbyWal-Mart Store and McDonald's. Morris is charged with kidnapping, aggravated battery WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & scott St. The h1r1ng o f a lawyer IS an Important dec1s1on that not be based sol ely upon advertisements. Before you dec de ask us to send y o u FREE vmttcn mformat1on about qualifications and expenence! with great bodily harm and sexual assault with force causing injury The victim, who was an 18-year-old senior from East Bay High School, was raped, severely beaten, and has suffered strokes and has not been able to speak since the attack. Morris has already been found guilty of the 2007 rape of a daycare center employee. The judge has said he will delay sentencing on that con viction until the conchi.sion of Morris's current trial. LAKELAND On Friday, Lakeland Police responded to a residence on Mississippi Avenue after receiving a com plaint that a man had pointed a gun at a family member and made threats. Police said the victim had left the residence and called them. According to reports, when police arrived at the resi dence, they tried to make contact with Bronson Barnes, who refused to come to the door Police SWAT and HNT Teams were called in and at 10 p.m., they BRONSON BARNES entered the residence, Barnes was nQt there. At 10:30 p.m., police they found Barnes in a vehi :::! z ., c: tD r en ::::t m c m < m JJ -< -4 c: m cle and he was arrested. Barnes, 45, has )> charged with aggravated as-< sault with a firearm. c Reward onered In Murder ., JJ c LAKELAND Lakeland Police are investigating a murder that occurred Sep tember 24th on North Stella. Police responded to the scene after receiving reports of shots fired. When they ar rived, they found Trevor Link, 31, had been shot and killed. Investigators are asking that anyone with informa tion on this case to contact Detective Stacey Pough or Detective Brad Grice of the Lakeland Police Department at (863) 834-6900, or Crime St<;>ppers at 1-Boo226-8477 Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,ooo reward for information in this case that will lead to an arrest. TREVOR LINK Dancer Charged With-Then After lap Dance CLEARWATERPinellas County Sheriffs deputies r e port that on Saturday, an ex otic dancer was arrested after she allegedly stole $6oo from a customer during a lap dance. Deputies said Mary E. Hall, 20, was performing for a customer when she reportedly went through his pockets. According to police reports, Hall was arrested last Wednesday for failing to ap pear. She was also charged with prostitution Fi:iday morning when police report edly found her performing sex in a parked car. SANDY 2, 5, 11, 17, Your attiude 3, 7, 8, l o, and your otential go hand in and, 22, 25,31,40.
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